Saugus sex assault suspect was freed in earlier cases

Rashad Deihim pleaded not guilty to a variety of charges Monday and was ordered held in jail while awaiting trial.

Aram Boghosian for the Globe

A judge previously declined to hold a man now charged with participating in an alleged sexual assault captured on Snapchat.

// How bad is Turnpike traffic compared to last year?

The commute time on the stretch between Newton and Allston-Brighton has more than doubled, data show.

A clash of styles in contest to lead Boston’s NAACP

The fierce race to lead the Boston NAACP has awakened sections of the city amid a low-wattage governor’s race.

// Hong Kong tensions grow as protests continue

Police warned of serious consequences if demonstrators try to occupy or surround government buildings.


Ty Burr | Critic’s Notebook

‘Gone Girl’ view of marriage hopelessly bleak or honest?

What this story brings out is an uncomfortable but often true cultural subtext: Behind every relationship is a battle to control the narrative.

// Washington delegation asked to give to Coakley campaign

Members of the Mass. congressional delegation have been asked to pony up at least $25,000 each from their political funds.

christopher l. gasper

// Patriots facing some tough questions

In Foxborough, keen questions were asked, non-answers were interrupted, and accountability was sought.

// Argument may be behind benching of Patriots’ Aaron Dobson

The receiver has had at least one loud disagreement with offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, according to a source.

My Morning Cup

// What are coffee habits of a Dunkin’ Donuts executive chef?

Jeff Miller, Dunkin’ Donuts executive chef and vice president of culinary innovation, shares some of his coffee rituals.

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